Starting Sept. 11, The Nickelodeon will host the "JURISCINEMA: The Law On Screen" series, featuring legal films and presentations from local law experts.
"Whose Streets?" is a well-crafted documentary that addresses social injustice, specifically regarding the events following Michael Brown's death at the hands of a police officer.
College students put too much stock in their social media when it comes to determining their worth — and employers are going to notice.
Every student needs a place to study. Whether you prefer silence or a bit of bustle, total seclusion or easy access to snacks — one of these places will give you the study space you need.
Looking to boost your interactions on social media platforms? Here's what you need to know.
The Nickelodeon is exploring the film tropes of adventure, determination and the pursuit of happiness with their series "American Odyssey."
With the rise of interest in the new Netflix series, “13 Reasons Why,” the Richland County Public Library is hosting an author event this Saturday to pick the brain of Jay Asher, the author of best-selling novel “Thirteen Reasons Why.” “13 Reasons Why” has sparked major controversy amongst the parental and psychological community alike.
Summer is here and for those looking for unique experiences and things to do in the upcoming months, consider checking out a few activities listed here.
The popular early 2000s rock band has seemingly deserted their pop-punk sound in favor of an electro-synth vibe in their latest release, "After Laughter."